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Gibraltar's Lindenberg adds All-District Honors for baseball

Gibraltar's Sam Lindenberg continued his strong senior campaign with another district honor.

 

Much like he did for football and basketball, Lindenberg was named to the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association All-District Team as an honorable mention player.

 

The WBCA’s North East District, which includes the Big East, Eastern Wisconsin, Fox Valley Association, Fox River Classic, Northeastern, Packerland Conferences. For a player to be chosen, he must be nominated by his head coach, who must be a member of the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association. 

Baseball players garners All-Conference nods for Gibraltar

Four members of Gibraltar's regional champion baseball team were recognized last week with All- Packerland Conference honors.

 

Sam Lindenberg led the way with first-team honors, following up similar placement on the fall (football) and winter (basketball) teams.

 

The baseball team saw their season end on Tuesday in Rosholt when they lost to eventual sectional runner-up Iola-Scandinavia 6-1.

 

BASEBALL

First Team

Sam Lindenberg                        Gibraltar-Washington Island       Senior

 

Second Team

Braden Kita                               Gibraltar-Washington Island       Freshman

Rylan Caldecott                         Gibraltar-Washington Island       Junior

 

Honorable Mention

Cooper Cole                             Gibraltar-Washington Island       Senior 

Gibraltar falls late to Iola-Scandinavia on 105.1 The GOAT

A sixth-inning rally by Iola-Scandinavia proved fatal for the Gibraltar baseball as they lost their sectional semi-final game 6-1 in Rosholt Thursday afternoon.

 

The Vikings' Noah Greene and the Thunderbirds' Parker Gullixon both pitched well enough for their teams to stay in contention for the first five innings of play. Sam Lindenberg turned his two-out single into a run when he scored on a passed ball to make it 1-0 in the first inning. Both pitchers would have to get out of bases-loaded jams in the middle innings. Gullixon helped his cause in the fifth inning when he took Greene deep to right field to tie the game at 1-1 after five innings.

 

Greene would be unable to get an out in the sixth inning, forcing head coach Jay Kita to go to Lindenberg with the bases loaded. A bases-loaded walk started a four-run rally for the Thunderbirds to make 5-1. The Vikings would load the bases in the sixth inning but Lindenberg flew out to the left fielder Will Tappa to end the threat. The Thunderbirds added a insurance run in the seventh and the Vikings went 1-2-3 in the bottom half of the inning to end the season.

 

Will Friedenfels and Sam Lindeberg each registered a pair of hits in the game and Kevin Krauel collected the lone RBI. Isaiah Hoyard, Gullixon, Jackson Fredy, and Gavin Hoyard had multi-hit games for the Thunderbirds ahead of their night cap against Oakfield.

 

POST-GAME INTERVIEW WITH JAY KITA

 

 

Gibraltar baseball looks to punch ticket to state on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar baseball team hopes a second trip to Fox Cities Stadium this season is in the cards on Tuesday when they play in the WIAA Division 4 Sectionals.

 

The Vikings earned their place with a pair of home victories against Sevastopol and Reedsville last week. Their pitching set the tone with Sam Lindenberg and Noah Greene allowing just three runs across 14 innings. Hayden Reetz shined offensively in both games, getting on base three times against Sevastopol and collecting one of the RBI on a single against the Tigers.

 

The Vikings' first game will be against Iola-Scandinavia, which is currently 8-16 on the season but has won its first three playoff games. The T-Birds beat Pittsville 15-7 in order to be crowned regional champs.

 

Tim Kowols and Reece Robillard will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 12:00 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 12:30 p.m. A Vikings win would mean they would play again at 6 p.m. against the winner of the Oakfield/Fall River game. Pre-game coverage for that game on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com would begin at 5:30 p.m.

Gibraltar clinches sectional berth on 105.1 The GOAT

Noah Greene matched Sam Lindenberg's Tuesday performance with a complete game while the offense took care of the rest in Gibraltar's regional championship win over Reedsville 3-1.

 

The Panthers struck first when Tristian Eichorst helped his own cause with a run-scoring single in the opening frame. While miscommunication put runners on second and third with two outs, Greene was able to get out of a jam he would not experience until the sixth inning after retiring 14 consecutive hitters.

 

The Vikings' patience paid off big in their half of the first inning when three walks led to runs scored on Cooper Cole's groundout to the shortstop and Ryan Jorgenson's fly out to centerfield. Eichorst held the Vikings hitless until the fourth inning when Jorgenson moved Cole along the basepaths before Hayden Reetz drove him home on an RBI single. 

 

Two men on the top of the sixth was the closest the Panthers would get, but Greene went on to strike out the side to end the threat. He faced the minimum in the seventh to capture the victory for the Vikings.

 

Jorgenson led the way offensively with two hits. 

 

The Vikings will now head to Rosholt on Tuesday to play Iola-Scandinavia in the sectional semifinal at 12:30 p.m.. If they win, the Vikings would play the winner of Oakfield and Fall River at 6 p.m.

 

POSTGAME WITH JAY KITA

 

Vikings down county rivals, host Reedsville on 105.1 The GOAT Wednesday

The Gibraltar Vikings baseball will return to the regional final on Wednesday after beating Sevastopol 9-2 in Fish Creek Tuesday evening.

 

The Pioneers took the early 2-0 lead when Carter Bieri went home on a throwing error in the first inning and Tom Junion scored an RBI groundout in the second inning. Gibraltar's Sam Lindenberg settled in after that, allowing just two hits and no runs while striking out seven Pioneers while pitching a complete game.

 

The Vikings' bats came alive in the second inning when Kevin Krauel scored on a knock and scored three more times in the third to take control of the game for good. Lindenberg helped his own cause with an RBI in the fourth inning and scored on a Cooper Cole triple in the sixth inning. Krauel registered three hits while Hayden Reetz reached base three times.

 

POSTGAME SHOW WITH JAY KITA

 

Gibraltar will host Reedsville in the regional final Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. at Billerbeck Field in Fish Creek. Reedsville has yet to give up a run across two games, beating Algoma 4-0 in their opening-round game and routing Sheboygan Lutheran in five innings 10-0.

 

Tim Kowols and Reece Robillard will carry the action on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 4 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4:30 p.m.

Gibraltar golfers look for state berth

Gibraltar's Teddy Roth and Finn Salm will be in two separate groups at the Abundant Life Sectional with a chance at a berth to the state meet in Madison on the line.

 

Roth will be golfing against Will Towberman (12) of  Heritage Christian and Noah Than (9) of Kenosha Christian Life in the first group. Salm will be battling Caden Krell (12) of Living Word Lutheran and Nicholas Delimat (11) of Catholic Central in the third group.

 

Groups begin to tee off at 10 a.m. 

Gibraltar baseball hosts county showdown vs. Sevastopol on 105.1 The GOAT

The Gibraltar Vikings and the Sevastopol Pioneers will have a berth in Thursday's regional final on the line Tuesday afternoon when the two sides meet in Fish Creek.

 

The Vikings earned the number one seed in the region despite a 7-12 record this season. They did, however, beat Sevastopol earlier this season 17-9 on May 10th. Nate Greene played the role of a stopper in the game, pitching 2 1/3 innings of scoreless ball. Brady Kita had four RBI and Ryan Jorgenson had five RBI in the win. The Vikings concluded their season last Tuesday when they beat Sturgeon Bay 2-0 where Greene pitched seven innings of shutout ball while Will Friedenfels clubbed an RBI. 

 

The Pioneers snapped a five-game losing streak last Thursday when it beat NEW Lutheran 7-2 in the first round of the WIAA Tournament. The Pioneers took control of the game from the first inning, plating three runs in the frame thanks to RBI hits by Cal Ellefson and Tommy Junion. The team would go on to tack on two runs in the third inning and one more in the second. Ellefson, Jack de Young, and Junion all had multiple hits in the game, led by Ellefson's 3-for-3 day. De Young did not need much help as he limited the Blazers to just two runs on two hits while striking out three. Frankie Ash closed things out in the seventh.

 

Tim Kowols will have the call on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com beginning at 4 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the opening pitch at 4:30 p.m.

Gibraltar puts up strong showing at Rosholt track sectional

Though there were no state qualifiers in the group, the contingent of Gibraltar track athletes still put up strong performances at the WIAA Track and Field Sectional hosted by Rosholt Thursday.

 

Logan Mitterman, Victor Jauregui, Betsy Lecy, and McKailey Reisen all turned in personal-record performances, even though they were all outside the top four places needed to qualify for the state meet. Lecy turned in two personal record performances in the 1600m and 3200m races. 

 

BOYS

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals
11. 10 Logan Mittermann   11:03.25a PR Gibraltar  
110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Finals
7. 12 Victor Jauregui   16.75a PR Gibraltar  
110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Prelims
7. 12 Victor Jauregui   16.90a Gibraltar  
Pole Vault Varsity - Finals
8. 12 Connor Thompson   11-06.00 Gibraltar

 

 

 

GIRLS

400 Meters Varsity - Finals
15. 9 Remy Carmichael   1:12.54a Gibraltar  
1600 Meters Varsity - Finals
10. 11 Betsy Lecy   5:59.29a PR Gibraltar  
3200 Meters Varsity - Finals
13. 11 Betsy Lecy   13:26.50a PR Gibraltar  
100m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Finals
8. 10 McKailey Reisen   19.46a Gibraltar  
100m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Prelims
7. 10 McKailey Reisen   16.75a PR Gibraltar  
300m Hurdles - 30" Varsity - Finals
5. 10 Nida Zukauskaite   51.00a Gibraltar  
4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals
15.
9 Aria Nordahl
9 Lauren Bertges
11 Krista Church
9 Remy Carmichael
  4:47.80a Gibraltar  
4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals
8.
9 Aria Nordahl
10 Helen McCormack
11 Sophia Eilers
11 Betsy Lecy
  11:23.49a Gibraltar  
High Jump Varsity - Finals
7. 10 Nida Zukauskaite   4-10.00 Gibraltar  
Pole Vault Varsity - Finals
9. 10 Nida Zukauskaite   7-06.00 Gibraltar  

 

 

Gibraltar girls track grab third

The Gibraltar girls' track team had an impressive evening at the Division 3 Hilbert Regional on Monday.

 

The Vikings girls took third place out 13 teams with 81.50. Sevastopol finished in seventh and Algoma was tied for ninth. The boys' meet saw the Wolves take eighth with the Vikings taking ninth. The Pioneers took 12th.

 

Connor Thompson (Pole Vault) and the girls 4x800m won their events while 11 other qualified for sectionals next week. Those athletes include Nida Zukauskaite, Betsy Lecy, McKailey Reisen, Victor Jauregui, Remy Carmichael, the girls 4x400m, and Logan Mitterman.

 

Sectionals is this Thursday at Rosholt.

 

Full Results

Vikings' comeback falls short against Blue Devils

The Gibraltar Vikings baseball team nearly came back from a 7-2 deficit, but still lost to Oconto on Monday 7-6.

 

The Vikings jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first inning, but gave up four runs in the third inning and three more in the fourth to put themselves behind the eight ball midway through the game. The Vikings would not go away quietly as they put up their own three-spot in the bottom of the fifth inning. They would put up one more run in the seventh, but fell just short of tying it up. Brady Kita went 3-4 with a RBI in the game while Rylan Caldecott's triple drove in a pair. Sam Lindenberg and Cooper Cole each had two hits. 

 

Lindenberg took the loss for the Vikings as he gave up seven runs and nine hits across five hits while striking out and walking three men. Riley Anderson had three hits and three RBIs to lead the Blue Devils offensively.

Gibraltar hosts Oconto for make-up doubleheader

The Vikings baseball team will face Oconto in a doubleheader on Monday afternoon, beginning at 4 p.m.

 

The Blue Devils will try to get a bad taste out of their mouth after losing the game and a share of the Packerland Conference championship Thursday night to Southern Door in an 11-9 decision. They came into the game with a conference leading 8-1 record in the Packerland.

 

Gibraltar left the mainland for their last game, falling to Southern Door 7-2 on Washington Island Saturday afternoon.

 

 

Gibraltar hosts Southern Door for Island matchup

The Gibraltar and Southern Door baseball squads are scheduled to take the ferry for their Washington Island matchup Saturday afternoon.

 

Saturday's game will be a home game for several members of the Vikings, who are a cooperative team with Washington Island school.

 

A pair of four-run innings and a great pitching performance from Christian Counard were all the Southern Door Eagles needed to beat the Gibraltar Vikings 8-2 in Fish Creek last weekend. 

 

The Vikings were rained out on Friday, but they beat Hilbert/Stockbridge earlier in the week 10-0 in five innings. The Eagles beat Oconto on Thursday 11-9 to clinch the Packerland Conference and followed it up with a 12-2 win over NEW Lutheran Friday.

 

After the game, the two teams and their families will have a picnic on the island before heading back. In our preview of the two teams' last game, Gibraltar Jay Kita talked about the significance of the game on Washington Island.

 

First pitch is scheduled for noon.  

Two Vikineers ink NLIs with Edgewood

Two Gibraltar/Sevastopol soccer players will play at the next level this upcoming season.

 

Earlier this week, Tyler Johnson and Connor Thompson signed their National Letters of Intent to play soccer at Edgewood College.

 

Johnson finished his senior campaign as an All-Packerland Conference First Team performer as a midfielder, while Thompson was named to the Second Team.

 

Based in the Madison area, Edgewood College went 0-14-1 last season.

 

Photo from Gibraltar Sports Instagram Feed 

Gibraltar softball's season ends in Crivitz

The Gibraltar Vikings softball team could never get the offense going this season as they lost their WIAA Tournament opener to Crivitz on Thursday 21-0.

 

The Vikings were no-hit by Nilea Guns, who struck out eight and walked one across three innings. She was no slouch at the plate either with a pair of extra-base hits and an RBI. Alexis Franzmeier registered five RBI and Hailee Gyger was similar with three RBI. 

 

The Vikings end their season winless on the season, giving up 20-plus runs in six of their 10 losses.

Vikings baseball find offense in Hilbert, hosts Oconto doubleheader on 105.1 The GOAT POSTPONED

Note: Gibraltar's baseball games against Oconto have been postponed until Monday. There will be no baseball broadcast on 105.1 The GOAT on Friday as a result.

 

The Gibraltar Vikings baseball team swung a big stick Thursday night as they beat Hilbert/Stockbridge 10-0 in five innings Thursday.

 

The Vikings put up four runs in the first and third innings to essentially put the game out of reach early. Brady Kita and Ryan Jorgenson led the way offensively for the Vikings with each registering a pair of hits while it was Cooper Cole driving in a pair. Max Maltby and Carl Burgess also drove in runs for the Vikings.

 

Jack Duffy sparkled on the mound for the Vikings, going five strong innings as he allowed no runs on three hits while striking out six. A Kevler took the loss for Hilbert/Stockbridge, giving up all 10 runs (nine earned) across 3 2/3 innings on eight hits and four walks.

 

The Vikings will face Oconto in a doubleheader on Friday afternoon beginning at 4 p.m. The Blue Devils will try to get a bad taste out of their mouth after losing the game and a share of the Packerland Conference championship Thursday night to Southern Door in an 11-9 decision. They came into the game with a conference leading 8-1 record in the Packerland.

 

Weather permitting, Tim Kowols and Paul Schmitt will have the call beginning at 4 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4:30 p.m. on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com.

Vikings softball looks for positive note in WIAA opener

The Gibraltar softball team hopes to end their season on a strong note when they face Crivitz in the WIAA Tournament opener Thursday.

 

The Vikings have struggled this season, getting shut out seven times and giving up more than 20 runs five times during their 0-10 campaign. They showed some spark earlier this week when they lost to NEW Lutheran 18-11. 

 

Crivitz finished the season 8-13 on the year, losing seven of their final nine games. 

 

FIrst pitch is set for 4:30 p.m.

Gibraltar baseball earns top seed, travels to Hilbert/Stockbridge

The Gibraltar baseball team received some good news ahead of Thursday's matchup against Hilbert/Stockbridge.

 

The Vikings earned the #1 seed in its regional. It will open tournament play on May 31st when they host the winner of their conference rivals Sevastopol and NEW Lutheran. 

 

The Vikings hope to play some better baseball before then, starting Thursday in Hilbert after losing to Wrightstown earlier this week 6-3. Ryan Caldecott, Sam Lindenberg, and Noah Greene all had two hits for Gibraltar and Ryan Jorgenson took the loss giving up five runs in three innings.

 

Hilbert/Stockbridge has not won since it faced Algoma on April 29th. They have lost seven in a row since then, giving up double-digit run totals in each game.

 

First pitch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.

Vikings baseball falls to Wrightstown

The Gibraltar Vikings traveled to Wrightstown Tuesday and dropped a 6-3 decision to the Tigers in a non-conference baseball matchup.  The Tigers jumped on the Vikings early with three runs in the first inning and tacked on single runs in the second and third inning to take a 5-0 lead. 

 

The Vikings fought back with two runs in the sixth and single tally in the seventh, but it was not enough as Wrightstown prevailed.

 

Ryan Caldecott, Sam Lindenberg, and Noah Greene all had two hits for Gibraltar and Ryan Jorgenson took the loss giving up five runs in three innings.  Greene pitched effectively in the final three innings allowing only one run and striking out one.   

Gibraltar baseball heads to Wrightstown

The Gibraltar baseball looks to find their winning ways on the road Tuesday with a non-conference matchup against Wrightstown.

 

The Vikings' defense has betrayed them for much of the season, leading to the team dropping eight of their last ten games. In their last game, the Vikings could not overcome a strong Southern Door squad in an 8-2 loss.

 

The Tigers are 11-7 on the season, splitting their last four games against the likes of Little Chute (twice), Brillion, and Waupaca.

 

The game is set for 4:30 p.m.

Gibraltar girls take third at conference track meet

The Gibraltar track teams had impressive performances in Monday's Packerland Conference Track Championships in Brussels.

 

The girls took third place overall with Nida Zukauskaite high jumping her way to a win and a personal record. McKailey Reisen, Zukauskaite, and Aria Nordahl also earned second-place finishes in their respective events.

 

The boys took fifth despite no individual event wins. Angel Jauregui (triple jump), Connor Thompson (pole vault), the 4x200m relay, and Victor Jauregui (200m and 110m hurdles) earned silver in their events.

 

GIRLS

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

9.9Aria Nordahl14.39aGibraltar

18.9Melanie Torres16.60aGibraltar

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

6.9Aria Nordahl29.34a PRGibraltar

200 Meters Varsity - Prelims

7.9Aria Nordahl29.69aGibraltar

17.9Clara Birkholz35.02a PRGibraltar

400 Meters Varsity - Finals

10.9Remy Carmichael1:11.19a PRGibraltar

15.9Ombeline Finck1:19.07a PRGibraltar

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

7.10Helen McCormack2:57.63a PRGibraltar

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

6.11Betsy Lecy6:04.06a PRGibraltar

9.11Sophia Eilers6:42.95a PRGibraltar

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.11Betsy Lecy13:32.10a PRGibraltar

100m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Finals

2.10McKailey Reisen17.30a PRGibraltar

4.10Nida Zukauskaite17.98a PRGibraltar

100m Hurdles - 33" Varsity - Prelims

2.10McKailey Reisen17.42aGibraltar

4.10Nida Zukauskaite18.20aGibraltar

300m Hurdles - 30" Varsity - Finals

2.10Nida Zukauskaite52.05a PRGibraltar

9.10McKailey Reisen59.36aGibraltar

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals

6.

12Sarah Daubner

9Mikala Gorham

11Krista Church

9Lauren Bertges

57.76aGibraltar - A

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals

6.

12Sarah Daubner

9Mikala Gorham

11Krista Church

9Aria Nordahl

2:08.80aGibraltar - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals

6.

9Lauren Bertges

10Helen McCormack

11Krista Church

9Remy Carmichael

4:56.19aGibraltar - A

4x800 Relay Varsity - Finals

4.

10Chloe Alexander

10Helen McCormack

11Sophia Eilers

11Betsy Lecy

11:44.00Gibraltar - A

Shot Put - 4kg Varsity - Prelims

11.9Andie Schar25-10.00Gibraltar

14.10Chloe Alexander23-03.75Gibraltar

Discus - 1kg Varsity - Finals

5.9Andie Schar85-04 PRGibraltar

7.11Krista Church84-05 PRGibraltar

Discus - 1kg Varsity - Prelims

6.11Krista Church77-06Gibraltar

7.9Andie Schar77-00Gibraltar

14.10Chloe Alexander63-03Gibraltar

High Jump Varsity - Finals

1.10Nida Zukauskaite5-00.00 PRGibraltar

3.9Remy Carmichael4-10.00 PRGibraltar

10.10McKailey Reisen4-06.00Gibraltar

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

3.10Nida Zukauskaite6-06.00Gibraltar

9.12Emmaly Bertges6-00.00Gibraltar

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

2.9Aria Nordahl14-10.00 PRGibraltar

Long Jump Varsity - Prelims

1.9Aria Nordahl14-10.00Gibraltar

10.9Mikala Gorham12-10.00Gibraltar

11.9Lauren Bertges12-09.00 PRGibraltar

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

9.9Lauren Bertges26-03.50 PRGibraltar

Triple Jump Varsity - Prelims

9.9Lauren Bertges26-03.50Gibraltar

 

BOYS

100 Meters Varsity - Prelims

11Alex ScoonDNSGibraltar

200 Meters Varsity - Finals

2.12Victor Jauregui23.66a PRGibraltar

200 Meters Varsity - Prelims

3.12Victor Jauregui24.45aGibraltar

12.10Mateo Jauregui26.79a PRGibraltar

16.9Cristino Valdivia28.15a PRGibraltar

800 Meters Varsity - Finals

12.12Emiliano Marvin2:38.71aGibraltar

1600 Meters Varsity - Finals

8.10Logan Mittermann5:16.48a PRGibraltar

3200 Meters Varsity - Finals

5.10Logan Mittermann11:29.89a PRGibraltar

110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Finals

2.12Victor Jauregui16.92a PRGibraltar

110m Hurdles - 39" Varsity - Prelims

3.12Victor Jauregui17.37aGibraltar

300m Hurdles - 36" Varsity - Finals

11.12Trevor Ash52.23aGibraltar

12.9Yahir Valdivia53.78aGibraltar

4x100 Relay Varsity - Finals

7.

9Cristino Valdivia

11Emiliano Sandoval

12Emiliano Marvin

10Mateo Jauregui

51.12aGibraltar - A

4x200 Relay Varsity - Finals

2.

12Angel Jauregui

12Victor Jauregui

12Connor Thompson

9Will Lecy

1:37.61aGibraltar - A

4x400 Relay Varsity - Finals

5.

9Yahir Valdivia

10Mateo Jauregui

12Anthony Casanas

12Emiliano Marvin

4:15.02aGibraltar - A

Discus - 1.6kg Varsity - Prelims

14.9Yahir Valdivia87-07Gibraltar

17.12Trevor Ash78-07Gibraltar

25.10Logan Mittermann60-01 PRGibraltar

High Jump Varsity - Finals

9.12Trevor Ash5-02.00Gibraltar

Pole Vault Varsity - Finals

2.12Connor Thompson11-06.00 PRGibraltar

12Emiliano MarvinNHGibraltar

9Will LecyNHGibraltar

Long Jump Varsity - Finals

8.12Angel Jauregui16-09.25Gibraltar

Long Jump Varsity - Prelims

8.12Angel Jauregui16-09.25Gibraltar

13.11Emiliano Sandoval14-08.50Gibraltar

14.9Cristino Valdivia14-07.00Gibraltar

Triple Jump Varsity - Finals

2.12Angel Jauregui37-02.00 PRGibraltar

6.12Trevor Ash35-07.00 PRGibraltar

7.10Mateo Jauregui35-05.75 PRGibraltar

Triple Jump Varsity - Prelims

4.12Angel Jauregui35-07.75Gibraltar

6.10Mateo Jauregui35-05.75Gibraltar

8.12Trevor Ash35-04.50Gibraltar

Gibraltar softball hosts NEW Lutheran

The Gibraltar softball team hopes to build some positive momentum heading towards its Thursday WIAA Tournament opener on Thursday when they host NEW Lutheran on Monday.

 

The Vikings have struggled to get off the diamond defensively this season, giving up 20 runs in five of their eight losses this season. They did have their best scoring output of the season on Friday when they scored two runs against Southern Door in the final inning of their 23-2 loss. They will play Crivitz on Thursday at 4:30 in their tournament opener. That game will be broadcast on 105.1 The GOAT.

 

The Blazers have lost seven straight, including a 10-0 loss to Southern Door in their last game.

 

First pitch is scheduled for 4:30 p.m.

Gibraltar hosts Southern Door on 105.1 The GOAT

Gibraltar will battle Southern Door for a doubleheader at Billerbeck Field in Fish Creek after a night of mixed results for both teams.

 

The Vikings struggled again against Kewaunee, losing their game 12-2. Brady Kita had a pair of hits for the Vikings, while Sam Lindenberg and Cooper Cole registered RBI. An eight-run third inning for the Storm ultimately doomed the Vikings. Thomas Stangel and Cal Ihlenfeldt collected three RBI apiece, while Ihlenfeldt pitched all five innings, allowing one run on six hits with six strikeouts.

 

The Eagles were scheduled for a doubleheader against Oconto, but no results were posted and were possibly affected by Thursday's storm pattern. They mercy-ruled Green Bay East/West earlier in the week.

 

Tim Kowols and Quinn Struck will have the call at 4:00 p.m. with the pregame show followed by the first pitch at 4:30 p.m. on 105.1 The GOAT and NEWRadioSportsNetwork.com.

Vikings baseball visit Kewaunee Thursday

The Gibraltar Vikings hit the road on Thursday to face Kewaunee in a Packerland matchup.

 

In a game that saw a combined 32 hits and 26 runs scored, the Vikings outslugged the Sevastopol Pioneers 17-9 in Fish Creek.  Ryan Jorgenson had a grand slam and five RBIs to lead the Vikings' attack.

 

The Storm dropped their game to Oconto earlier this week. They did best the Vikings 5-3 on Saturday when the two teams faced each other at Fox Cities Stadium. 

 

Game time is set for 4:30 p.m.

Vikings outslug Pioneers 17-9

In a game that saw a combined 32 hits and 26 runs scored, the Gibraltar/Washington Island Vikings outslugged the Sevastopol Pioneers 17-9 in Fish Creek.  Ryan Jorgenson had a grand slam and five RBIs to lead the Vikings attack.   The Vikings jumped to a 5-0 lead in the second inning, only to see the Pioneers respond with four runs in the top of the third to get right back into the game.  The onslaught of scoring continued as Giblraltar/Washington Island put the game away with a six-run sixth inning.  Ryan Caldecott had four hits and Brady Kita added four RBIs to complement Jorgenson’s grand slam.  Noah Greene picked up the win in relief, pitching 2.1 innings of hitless ball.